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Fish study prompts call for closer look at depression drug's hereditary effects

Biologists at the University of Ottawa have discovered that exposing fish embryos to Prozac affected the aquatic creatures' ability to manage stress for generations, prompting a call for further research into the lasting effects of antidepressants on humans.
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Birds on Prozac are not as sexy to potential partners: Study

Female birds on antidepressants don't excite potential mates the way their drug-free counterparts do, raising concerns that environmental exposure to the drugs could impact populations, according to new research.

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